On the new episode of “The David Johnson Show,” a national voice that talks about points of interest within the post 9/11 military and veteran culture, David speaks with Aaron Bare, a multi-talented entrepreneur who is co-founder of the HeroZona Foundation, which serves the Arizona veteran community and national veteran interests.
Aaron is Co-Founder and Vice-Chairman of HeroZona Foundation; Founder of Namaste Republic, the Arizona Accelerator, and Author of Reimagining Innovation. He also teaches courses on entrepreneurship and has a wide-ranging background in entrepreneurial business.
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“Entrepreneurship is a skill. It can be learned. Especially in the accelerator that we’ve created, which has certain points of traction. Once you graduate from a level and next, you understand that process because entrepreneurship was not always a science. Now, you can actually look at it and with traction-based metrics understand where a company is in their process of growing and what they need to do next. A lot of times though, entrepreneurs are not the best operators and the best people to scale their company. That is a major friction point with a lot of entrepreneurs that ultimately may suffocate the idea, or don’t let the idea go to its full potential.”